Two Poems by Emily Brandt

Katya Grokhovsky Untitled High Res

Katya Grokhovsky, Untitled, 2016, mixed media, acrylic, collage on paper.

Brandt 1
Brandt 2
Brandt 3

Emily Brandt is the author of the poetry collection Falsehood, as well as three chapbooks. She’s a co-founding editor of No, Dear, curator of the LINEAGE reading series at Wendy’s Subway, and an Instructional Coach at a NYC public school. She’s of Sicilian, Polish & Ukrainian descent, and lives in Brooklyn.


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